Mother Nature showed up in her best attire on Flemington's historic Main Street for the 34rd Annual Main Street Craft Fair! We had more than 50 crafters selling in the sunshine with a smattering of other "goodies" and "good feelings" lining both sides of Main Street. Both afternoon concerts drew the shoppers to the middle of the action, and gave them a chance to see and hear the Hunterdon Harmonizers in action, and learn more about what we do and what is on our upcoming schedule. The two "big events" are HIGH TEA AND HARMONY on September 30 and our annual HOLIDAY SHOW on December 8. STAY TUNED!
Thanks to all who participated. We look forward to returning to our regular third weekend in September for the 2019 event - #35!
The Hunterdon Harmonizers Barbershop Chorus is an all male a cappella singing group located in Flemington, New Jersey. We are active in community and private events throughout Central New Jersey, and welcome men of all ages who share our love of music and service. This site will help you become more familiar with our chorus and activities in and around Flemington, NJ, and beyond.
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Were you a member of your high school chorus? Do you sing in a church choir? Would you like to share your love and appreciation of music and harmony with men who relish the chance to perform a uniquely American musical style? If so, then barbershop singing is something you may enjoy!
The Harmonizers participated in the largest Veterans' Fundraiser in the history of Hunterdon County on May 19 at North Hunterdon Regional High School. One of the photos from this awesome event is on our banner, and others are elsewhere on the website. Veterans from Guadalcanal, Iwo, and Europe were there, and were honored to be part of this wonderful event, sponsored by the Rotary.
And then we had the honor to salute our country at the Flemington Memorial Day parade, singing "God Bless the USA," and "A Tribute to our Armed Forces" at the monument following the Memorial Day Parade on Main Street. We were able to sing a few songs at the reviewing stand before the parade too! THEN - off to Readington's Pickel Park, where about 12 of us sang for the Memorial crowd at their first Memorial Day community picnic.